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Michael Clarke yet to recover for Tests against Pakistan
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Kevin Pietersen's Autobiography Exposes Dark Side of English C...

England's Kevin Pietersen leaves the field after being dismissed during the fifth Ashes test cricket match against Australia at the Oval cricket ground in London August 25, 2013. Philip Brown/Reuters No game is just a game, but cricket carries ... MSNBC Newsweek, 1 day ago
Pietersen ouster a loss to cricket: Watson, 5 days ago

Unlucky Watson is forgotten man but says best years ahead of him

Shane Watson of Australia leaves the field. Photograph: Scott Barbour/Getty Images Never ending injury concerns and a string of promising all-rounders in the wings have not dulled Shane Watson's optimism of playing a leading role for Australia across all formats of cricket. As Michael Clarke's side have enjoyed success in the Middle East against Pakistan, Watson has spent time rehabilitating an unlucky ankle injury sustained after treading on a ball and then a calf strain. The burly ...
 Rediff.com14 hours ago Watson to push himself to regain spot  Herald Sun7 hours ago

Saeed Ajmal-Less Pakistan Seek to End 20-Year Australia Drought

The return of veteran batsman Younis Khan will boost Pakistan's fragile batting. Dubai: AFP Pakistan hope to end a 20-year drought against Australia when they meet in the first of two Tests in Dubai from Wednesday but they are hobbled by ...
 NDTV1 day ago Pakistan out to end Aussie drought  Daily News South Africa1 day ago Pakistan seek to end Oz jinx  IAfrica.com1 day ago Ajmal-less Pakistan seek to end 20-year Australia drought  Dunya News1 day ago

Miserable Misbah backed by Pakistan board

Misbah Ul Haq of Pakistan leaves the field after being dismissed by Nathan Lyon of Australia. Photograph: Francois Nel/Getty Images Pakistan's cricket board (PCB) have backed struggling Test and one-day skipper Misbah-ul-Haq to lead the team at next year's World Cup but have considered potential replacements should he decide to stand down from his role as captain. The 40-year-old middle order batsman did not play in Pakistan's third and final one-day match against Australia on Sunday, with ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago Heavier Misbah will pile on the runs, says Basit Ali  Yahoo! Malaysia1 day ago
ABP Live

Astonishing: What actually happened in this cricket match was unexpected!

New Delhi: Everything was normal last night until Steve Smith did an amazing job of anticipation as a fielder. The Australian fielder who was deployed on the first slip had an idea about mind of Pakistan's Fawad Alam. A grab from the match ...
 ABP Live1 week ago

'India's batting and fielding was a complete disaster in England'

‘I think we never learnt any lessons from our failures in 2011. We were playing five Tests matches against a top team, but there was hardly any preparation for such an important tour.’ Former chairman of selectors Kiran More discusses the Test series debacle in England with Harish Kotian and suggests remedial measures to help the team return to winning ways. The debacle in the Test series in England has thrown up a lot of question marks over India’s ability to win overseas.
 Rediff.com2 months ago Choose your Dream Indian Team  Rediff.com2 weeks ago Shastri, Fletcher should stay till 2015 World Cup, says Laxman  Rediff.com1 month ago Shastri, Duncan should stay with Team India till 2015: Laxman  Deccan Herald1 month ago
Hindustan Times

McGrath blames horrendous fielding batting for Indias failure

spondent, Hindustan Times New Delhi, August 18, 2014 First Published: 16:02 IST(18/8/2014) Last Updated: 16:37 IST(18/8/2014) Former Australian pacer interacts with Hindustan Times editors at HT office (Raj K. Raj/HT Photo) Former Australian fast bowler Glenn ...
 Hindustan Times2 months ago
Canberra Times

Maxwell's golden final over gives Australia unlikely win

Scorecard A bizarre catch taken by Steve Smith and the sight of David Warner limping off the field almost overshadowed Australia's one-run win in Sunday's dead-rubber third one-day game. Smith top-scored with 77 in Australia's 9-231 before ...
 Canberra Times5 days ago How Aussie bowler melted in desert  Herald Sun4 days ago Glenn Maxwell's golden final over gives Australia unlikely win over Pakistan  Canberra Times1 week ago Australia beat Pakistan in last-ball thriller  Nine MSN1 week ago

Australia to field 32 runs behind

Australia will return to the field 32-runs behind on day three of the tour match against Pakistan A in Sharjah. In reply to Pakistan A's 8-305dec., Australia finished their 90 overs on 8-273, highlighted by Alex Doolan's chanceless 104 retired ...
 Noodls4 days ago Aussies fail early swing test in UAE  Brisbane Courier-Mail3 days ago LIVE: Pakistan A v Australia  Noodls3 days ago Marsh proves fitness as Aussies battle  Perth Now3 days ago
The New Daily

Australia's ODI win by the numbers

Australia opened the one-day series against Pakistan with an emphatic victory led by Steve Smith's batting performance and an outstanding display in the field (watch the video above). Mazher Arshad breaks down the numbers to bring you the best stats ...
 Noodls1 week ago Australia clinch ODI series win over Pakistan  The New Daily1 week ago Glenn Maxwell guides Australia towards series clincher against Pakistan in Dubai  WA Today1 week ago Maxwell guides Australia to series win against Pakistan  Daily Times1 week ago
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